The Last New Yorker

Lifelong friends Lenny Sugarman (Dominic Chianese) and Ruben Liebner (Dick Latessa), both in their 70s, both dyed-in-the-wool New Yorkers, barely recognize the Manhattan of their youth. The city they’ve loved for decades has become a playground for the too-rich; their places, the ones they’ve frequented for years, are now refuges from a changing world they’re increasingly unable to keep up with. When Lenny—a lone schemer all his life—finally gets in over his head, he decides to seek the one thing he’s never had: true love. But to achieve it, he may have to abandon the only place he’s ever known. OFFICIAL SELECTION – ROME INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL SELECTION – BENDFILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL SELECTION – FORT LAUDERDALE FILM FESTIVAL WINNER Seahorse Award – MOONDANCE FILM FESTIVAL WINNER Cityscape Award – BIG APPLE FILM FESTIVAL “Mr. Chianese brings out the heartbreaking loneliness under [his character’s] curmudgeonly grandiosity.” —Stephen Holden, The New York Times “A Daring Piece of Work” —Stanley Kauffman, The New Republic “A Must-See for Any Lover of New York City” — Kyle Rupprecht, “Classic New York City Spots and a Bigheart Make it Feel Like Home.” — Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News “The Last New Yorker is a Delightful Chamber Piece of Romantic Comedy… You Don’t Have to be a New Yorker to Get a Kick Out of This Great Little Gem of a Movie.” — Cole Smithey, The Smartest Film Critic in the World Click here to see the trailer!  
Director: Harwey Wang Starring: Dominic Chianese (Sopranos), Dick Latessa (Hairspray), Kathleen Chalfant, Josh Hamilton Year: 2010 Country: USA Running Time: 91 Minutes Genre: Romantic Comedy


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Markets and Festivals

These are the film and television festivals and markets we attend in order to market our films and series, meet with our buyers and look for potential acquisition opportunities.

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  • American Film Market
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  • European Film Market
  • Hong Kong Filmart
  • KidScreen Summit
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